“Woe to Ariel, to Ariel, the city where David dwelt! add ye year to year; let them kill sacrifices. Yet I will distress Ariel, and there shall be heaviness and sorrow: and it shall be unto me as Ariel… Thou shalt be visited of the Lord of hosts with THUNDER, and with EARTHQUAKE, and GREAT NOISE, with STORM and TEMPEST, and THE FLAME OF DEVOURING FIRE.” (Isaiah 29:1,6)
Just a week after the Philadelphia Church of God Headquarters (spiritual Jerusalem where David dwells) in Edmond, Oklahoma was rattled with a 4.5 magnitude EARTHQUAKE even on its 24th year founding anniversary last December 7, 2013; now, God is visiting yet another Jerusalem (i.e., physical Jerusalem where David dwelt) on December 14, 2013 with unprecedented severe natural phenomena to get our full attention. God uses “a vital instrument through which He communicates with us“
God’s ‘Unlimited Broadcasting Station’
He is cursing our weather patterns and increasing the destructiveness of natural circumstances in an attempt to communicate with us? The Bible shows that this is exactly what He is doing. It shows that He is currently delivering a message via nature that we all desperately need to hear and respond to!
The disasters we see increasing are in fact a tool that the Creator of the natural world has reserved for Himself, to use at His pleasure—in order to speak with us! After all, we don’t tend to listen very well. But severe natural phenomena are IMPOSSIBLE TO IGNORE.
Yet for most people, even as our planet is coming apart, the message is still not resonating.
The question is, are you prepared to listen? (pp. 8-10, Why Natural Disasters?)
Here is what The Times of Israel reported about they call the “worst storm in decades,” that hit the city on Friday night (Sabbath), December 13, 2013:
‘Worst storm in decades’ batters Jerusalem
BY TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF December 13, 2013, 1:41 pm Updated: December 13, 2013, 4:20 pm
Jerusalem on Friday night was in the midst of a storm feared to be “three times worse” than the snows that had hit Thursday and earlier Friday, and much of the rest of the country was grappling with stormy conditions expected to last into Saturday.
In what was described by Channel 2 as the “worst storm in decades,” much of northern Israel was also hit by snow and heavy storms, as were large parts of the West Bank. Israel and the Palestinian Authority were working together to grapple with power outages and other aspects of the storm’s impact…
“We did not anticipate the storm to be on this scale,” Oren Helman from the electric company told Channel 2 news…
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